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  1. Jeanie
    Phoenix, AZ
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Top-notch Christian Legal Thriller!
    January 13, 2018
    Jeanie
    Phoenix, AZ
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Five stars aren't enough to show how exciting Rachel Dylan's new legal thriller is! This is much more exciting than mainstream fiction offers as the protagonist is a Christian with ethics one is hard-pressed to find in today's business world. The writing style, the breathtaking suspense, and characters whose vivid honesty is refreshing and makes the novel even more appealing.



    Kate Sullivan is a partner at the prosecutorial law firm she joined after three years of working as a defense attorney. She believes she is doing what she was meant to, defending the rights of those who don't otherwise have a voice. She has been named as lead counsel for a huge, multi-firm lawsuit against "MPC Mason Pharmaceutical Corporation with regards to its migraine drug, Celix, considered the cause for cancerous brain tumors that killed thousands while many more are suffering. It is believed that the pharmaceutical company knew about the deadly side effect before it was released.

    Ethan Black is a defense attorney who went to law school with Kate. He recently acquired MPCs account for the firm he is a partner at and is their attorney for the case. These two friends are now pitted against each other in a lawsuit that is going to call on everything within them to win. Kate is a Christian, and chooses to be honest and upright in her dealings. Not just because she doesn't want to get into trouble, but because it is who she is.

    When Kate meets Ellie Proctor, a senior Research and Development scientist at MPC, the woman is nervous. Very nervous, very paranoid that if she were seen with Kate that the consequences could be dire. She suggests that Kate request copies of testing documents not only for Celix but other drugs by MPC. Two days later, hours before Kate is scheduled to meet her on neutral ground, Ellie is killed in the parking garage of MPC, and the security tapes indicate a probable professional hit. Not a robbery gone bad, but a hit. Thus, Kate prepares for the trial of her life.

    Kate is the kind of hero I appreciate. She is intelligent, kind, wise, and hard-working. She is a woman of faith, yet one who has a secret from even her closest friends, one that I empathize with. This reader really wants to appreciate Ethan, as well, but can't quite get there, especially as the trial prep continues. The PI Kate hires for help on the case, Landon James, is in some ways a mystery man. When it comes to business, however, he goes above and beyond searching out leads and people, including bringing in security experts for her protection.

    The plot could be taken from today's headlines. It is written with skill, weaving in legal definitions and proceedings that readers may not be familiar with. Twists in the novel altered who looked guilty time and again, and this reader began to feel bad for Eric, as lead defense attorney. I did guess what MPC was trying to accomplish, but didn't know who the real bad guy/ gal might be - and it was a complete surprise who was - and wasn't - involved! I highly recommend this novel to those who enjoy suspense and legal thrillers with a Christian worldview, or even those who are seeking a "clean read" with a minimal violence.

    From a grateful heart: I won a copy of this novel by the author with no obligation to provide a review. This is my honest review.

  2. debhgrty
    Plymouth MA
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: Female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Medical Malpractice or Murder?
    November 14, 2017
    debhgrty
    Plymouth MA
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: Female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Debs Dozen: Will Feisty Attorney Aided By Ex-Ranger Solve the Murder and Medical Malpractice?

    Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan tells a tale about the medical malpractice engaged in by a large drug company. One of their drugs seems to cause brain tumors. Attorney Kate Sullivan is lead counsel on the class action suit, but when a meeting with a possible whistle-blower ends up in the informants death, Rachel knows there is more to meet the eye than just the suit. When she is threatened, she hires ex-Army Ranger Landon James for security.

    Landon digs into the death of the informant and tries to find another. He too feels there is much more going on in the drug company than just the existing case. As they go deeper into the research on the alleged malpractice, Kate is injured in a parking lot staircase by an unknown assailant. Landon ramps up security and brings in a friends company to help, so Kate is under twenty-four-hour protections. At the same time as the ramp-up in securing, there is a ramp-up in affections between the two.

    I enjoyed reading Deadly Proof. Dylan writes memorable characters and her research and presentation of the legal aspects of the medical malpractice case appear impeccable. Kate and Landon became real characters to me-the dialog realistic. I so loved the action and the interaction among all the characters-good and bad. I hated to see the book end, and I was happy to see Deadly Proof is only Book One in the Atlanta Justice series. Five Stars!

    Deadly Proof is but one of Rachel Dylans adventures into romantic and legal fiction. She has been an attorney for over a ten years and was a litigator at a national law firm. She says she enjoys combining the law with suspense and romance in her stories. She, her husband, and five furkids live in Michigan.

    Bethany House gave me a copy of Deadly Proof, but I was in no way obligated to write a review.
  3. CherylB1987
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Anticipation!
    August 14, 2017
    CherylB1987
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Deadly Proof is book one in the Atlanta Justice series by Rachel Dylan. Do you love to read suspense, romance, and legal fiction then this is the book for you? This a nail biting, edge of your seat kind of book. When you least expect it something else happens to leave you wondering what will happen next. Your anticipation will not be satisfied until you have devoured this book page by page. I received a complimentary copy of this book. This review is my honest opinion. 5 stars!
  4. LizD1
    AL
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Deadly Proof
    August 3, 2017
    LizD1
    AL
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Deadly Proof ( Atlanta Justice #1 )

    By: Rachel Dylan

    Deadly Proof is book one in Atlanta Justice series. Rachel Dylan has another winner. She did not disappoint. I caught myself trying to read faster to see what was going to happen next. Deadly Proof is one of those legal thrillers that when you start you do not want to put it down . Dylan had me on the edge of my seat all through the book. She kept me guessing till the end. The story and the characters both were well developed. Kate Sullivan is an attorney and she has been chose for lead council to take on Mason Pharmaceutical, a certain drug is highly dangerous. The life of a sixteen year old girl was taken . Kate wants to help the family and others too come. Action is around every corner , no where is safe. Landon is trying to keep Kate safe, but it is hard. People are being killed and disappearing. Can Kate and her team get the information they need to prove their case? I really liked Landon, he is my kind of hero. Trying to keep Kate safe is a big order, can he do it?

    I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the Publishing company and NetGalley, but was not told that I had to give a positive review.
  5. Nicole Cook
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Wonderful Romantic Suspense
    February 19, 2019
    Nicole Cook
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Deadly Proof is the first book in Rachel Dylan's Atlanta Justice series. This legal romantic suspense novel will capture the readers' attention from the very beginning and keep them eagerly anticipating what will happen next. Rachel Dylan's descriptive writing makes the readers feel like they are right there in the courtroom as the action is taking place. Readers will fall in love with lawyer Kate Sullivan, private investigator Landon James, and the cast of supporting characters who will be featured in the next books in the series. I really enjoyed the faith of the characters and their spiritual growth throughout the novel. This was the first book I read by Rachel Dylan, but it definitely won't be the last. I am already starting book 2 in the series. I definitely recommend this book to fans of legal thrillers and romantic suspense. You won't be disappointed!
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